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Avi's Debut Album, Something New, is available now!


a new review


“Avi Wisnia Delivers Something New”
The Music Talks review of Avi Wisnia’s title track.

” 5/5: endearing, catchy and fresh … with a deep and soulful voice.
If you’re looking for something new, you will definitely find it in Avi Wisnia’s new album.”

check out the review and stream Something New here


and a happy kazoo year



Happy New Year!
more love, more kazoo, in 2019


My Polish Wisnia, Live in Concert


My grandfather has seen war from all sides:
as a prisoner and as a liberator;
as a soldier and as an immigrant and as a refugee.
He is a Survivor.

Come hear his story of survival, and the music that saved his life which we will perform together. Our concert includes a song my grandfather composed while a prisoner in the Auschwitz concentration camp that I translated into English. Music passed down from generation to generation. A story as important now as it will ever be.

Kable House Presents:
Cantor David Wisnia & Avi Wisnia
together in concert
Thursday November 29 in York PA
program details and tickets at


Read David Wisnia’s incredible story and purchase his memoir:

Read Avi Wisnia’s blog about their recent travels in Poland: #MyPolishWisnia

Watch David Wisnia sing at the 70th Anniversary International Auschwitz Commemoration: video

and see the short film as featured on BuzzFeed Video: video


Philly’s Finest Finalists


I was just named a finalist in the PHL Live Center Stage competition! which means i’ll be performing on stage with some of Philadelphia’s best musicians. come cheer me on Monday Nov 26, at The Voltage Lounge <more info>


The Barnes Museum Philadelphia


Avi Wisnia performs at The Barnes Museum Philadelphia. He will present two showcases of original music, plus the premiere of a multi-media performance piece featuring the music of his grandfather, renown cantor and Holocaust survivor David S. Wisnia.

Art For All is an afternoon of performances and talks by local Philadelphia artists, curated by Small but Mighty Arts; this showcase includes dance, music, and films that celebrate our collective ability to create, challenge, and change; admission is free, and visitors have access to the collection and Berthe Morisot exhibition; this entire event is 1pm – 4pm, Avi Wisnia presents two showcases of original music and compelling storytelling, 2:45 pm & 3:35 pm

Sunday, November 4
this event is free and open to all ages

visit the tour page for more information



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